Cyberhardening of Military Systems is a requirement for today’s battlefield. Cyberattack is part of all adversaries’ tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP’s), whether near-peer or unconventional. Legacy systems are especially vulnerable, as some were designed before cyber threats existed. In addition, concerns about supply chain integrity are growing, a recognition of potential insider threats as well as inadvertent vulnerabilities in software and materiel supplied by contractors and subcontractors.
The complexity of the military supply chain increases the cybersecurity risk.
The RunSafe Advantage
RunSafe Security reduces attack surfaces and makes systems functionally identical but logically unique. In a field where mission readiness and effectiveness is a priority, RunSafe Security cyberhardens vulnerable systems and devices in weapons, sensors, ground stations, manufacturing floors and data centers to prevent attacks from propagating. It is applicable to both systems in development and legacy systems, and supports compliance with NIST 800-53, speeding the Authority to Operate (ATO) process.